#CNBCTV: Coronavirus updates: D.C. responds to the coronavirus pandemic & stocks end a wild week

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Coronavirus updates: D.C. responds to the coronavirus pandemic & stocks end a wild week

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-03-13 22:18:46 | Duration: 15:47 | Views: 67348 | Likes: 325 | Dislikes: 46

CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports on President Trump’s press conference with CEOs today. And the traders talk about the wild week in the markets. With the NYSE’s Stacey Cunningham, CNBC’s Brian Sullivan and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly and Guy Adami.

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#CNBCTV: Facebook down after earnings

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Facebook down after earnings

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-01-29 22:50:49 | Duration: 8:20 | Views: 25202 | Likes: 158 | Dislikes: 12

CNBC’s Julia Boorstin looks at Facebook earnings and after-hours trading. With CNBC’s Scott Wapner and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.

Facebook beat on top and bottom lines, but the stock fell more than 7% on Wednesday after the company reported rising costs and expenses and a narrowing operating margin.

Here are the key numbers:

Earnings (EPS): $2.56 vs. $2.53 per share forecast by Refinitiv.
Revenue: $21.08 billion vs. $20.89 billion forecast by Refinitiv.
Daily active users (DAUs): 1.66 billion vs. 1.65 billion forecast by FactSet.
Monthly active users (DAUs): 2.5 billion vs. 2.5 billion forecast by FactSet.
Average revenue per user (ARPU): $8.52 vs. $8.38 forecast by FactSet.
Facebook’s full-year 2019 costs and expenses came in at $46.71 billion, up 51% compared to its total in 2018. That coincides with a drop in the company’s operating margin, which fell from 45% in 2018 to 34% in 2019.

Facebook reported revenue growth of nearly 24.7% compared to a year prior, making it the fourth straight quarter that the company delivered sub-30% growth. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg announced that the company now has more than 8 million advertisers, up from 7 million in October 2019.

The company on Wednesday also announced a $10 billion share repurchase program.

“We had a good quarter and a strong end to the year as our community and business continue to grow,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a statement. “We remain focused on building services that help people stay connected to those they care about.”

Facebook said it counts more than 2.89 billion monthly users across its family of apps, compared to 2.8 billion in the previous quarter. This metric is used to measure Facebook’s total user base across its main app, Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp.

In the U.S. and Canada, Facebook’s user base rose to 190 million from 189 million a quarter earlier. Its user base in Europe increased to 294 million from 288 million daily active users in the prior quarter.

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#CNBCTV: Did the market just shoot off a giant warning flare?

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Did the market just shoot off a giant warning flare?

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2020-02-20 22:50:38 | Duration: 6:16 | Views: 42279 | Likes: 291 | Dislikes: 31

Stocks sell off but rebound into the close. With CNBC’s Brian Sullivan and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Chris Verrone, Karen Finerman and Guy Adami.

Stocks fell on Thursday, with most of the losses coming in a sudden move midday.

Traders could not pinpoint a catalyst for the sudden decline. However, some highlighted technical factors breaking down along with an increased risk-off sentiment stemming from fears of the coronavirus slowing the global economy.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 128.05 points lower, or 0.4%, at 29,219.98. The 30-stock average went from trading down about 200 points to a session low of down 388 points in roughly two minutes before rebounding. The S&P 500 slid 0.4% to 3,373.23 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 0.7% to 9,750.96. Thursday’s moves come a day after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit record highs.

Some traders pointed to a report from the Chinese state-run Global Times, which said there had been a sharp increase in coronavirus cases at a hospital in Beijing. While the timing of the story did not match with Thursday’s move lower, it does tap into the market’s fears about the coronavirus weighing on the global economy.

Goldman Sachs slid 2%. Intel was the worst-performing stock in the Dow, falling 2.5%. Apple shares dipped by 1%.

“This market is just moving on momentum and, at this point, it’s priced close to perfection,” said Christian Fromhertz, CEO of The Tribeca Trade Group. “At this point, if we start seeing anything negative, it will probably force some people to start taking profits.”

Momentum stocks — which are characterized by their high earnings growth expectations — have been leading the broader market higher this year. On Thursday, however, the iShares Edge MSCI USA Momentum ETF (MTUM) dropped about 0.4%. Its value counterpart, the iShares Edge MSCI USA Value ETF (VLUE) was down 0.2%. Still, MTUM is up about 8.7% for 2020 while VLUE is flat.

Fromhertz said momentum’s outperformance over value was “getting a bit stretched,” noting that “when something like that happens … usually we start seeing an unwinding of growth.”

Traditional safe havens such as bonds and gold got a boost on Thursday. The benchmark 10-year note yield fell to 1.52%, around its session low. Yields move inversely to prices. Gold prices climbed to a seven-year high, settling 0.5% higher at $1,620.50 per ounce.

China’s National Health Commission on Wednesday reported that 74,576 cases of the new coronavirus have now been confirmed, with 2,118 deaths on the mainland. Coronavirus cases are also spiking in South Korea. The country said confirmed cases have jumped to 82, more than double the previous number of cases.

“The coronavirus reminds us just how small the world is,” said Ed Yardeni, president and chief investment strategist at Yardeni Research. “Even as the infection has been largely contained to China, the business ramifications have rippled across the world.”

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#CNBCTV: There's a 25-30% chance of recession within a year: Barclays economist

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There's a 25-30% chance of recession within a year: Barclays economist

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-10-02 22:22:23 | Duration: 9:39 | Views: 24519 | Likes: 170 | Dislikes: 15

Barclays Head of US Economic Research Michael Gapen on the chances of a recession in the next year. With CNBC’s Bob Pisani and Melissa Lee, and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Dan Nathan and Steve Grasso.

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#CNBCTV: Nvidia, Xilinx poised to win in the 5G boom, says analyst

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Nvidia, Xilinx poised to win in the 5G boom, says analyst

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-06-13 22:22:20 | Duration: 9:6 | Views: 43760 | Likes: 232 | Dislikes: 25

Are chips set to rip, with 5G on the horizon? James Wang, Ark Invest, looks at the big winners in 5G. With CNBC’s Josh Lipton and Melissa Lee, and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Brian Kelly and Dan Nathan.

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#CNBCTV: The moment of truth for banks approaching

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The moment of truth for banks approaching

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-10-14 21:50:04 | Duration: 8:10 | Views: 19489 | Likes: 89 | Dislikes: 8

Banks set to report earnings later this week. How will financials fare? With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Carter Worth, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.

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#CNBCTV: China flipping switch on its first 5G networks

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China flipping switch on its first 5G networks

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-10-31 22:17:45 | Duration: 6:9 | Views: 64009 | Likes: 587 | Dislikes: 65

CNBC’s Josh Lipton on China’s move to 5G, which starts tomorrow. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Karen Finerman and Dan Nathan.

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#CNBCTV: The Fed has cut rates, so what's next for the markets?

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The Fed has cut rates, so what's next for the markets?

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-09-18 21:48:07 | Duration: 8:55 | Views: 27370 | Likes: 165 | Dislikes: 12

The Fed cuts rates. So what’s next for investors? With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Brian Kelly, Steve Grasso and Guy Adami.

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#CNBCTV: Market gears up for report that could make or break the rest of year

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Market gears up for report that could make or break the rest of year

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-10-03 21:57:20 | Duration: 8: | Views: 22715 | Likes: 129 | Dislikes: 5

It’s the countdown to the jobs report. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Carter Worth, Karen Finerman, Brian Kelly and Tim Seymour.

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#CNBCTV: Here's what traders would buy if they had Berkshire Hathaway's $128 billion cash pile

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Here's what traders would buy if they had Berkshire Hathaway's $128 billion cash pile

[ VIDEO POST ] Date: 2019-11-05 22:11:10 | Duration: 6:57 | Views: 31480 | Likes: 280 | Dislikes: 24

Warren Buffett has a $128 billion cash pile. Here’s what the FM traders would do it it. With CNBC’s Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders, Petge Najarian, Tim Seymour, Dan Nathan and Guy Adami.

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